Vice President Joe Biden used his gavel on multiple occasions Friday afternoon after several Democratic lawmakers raised objections, outside of congressional rules, to the 2016 presidential election results.
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On Friday afternoon, a joint session of Congress is expected to certify Donald Trump as the winner of the 2016 presidential election. Under the current version of the Constitution, does the President Elect have any constitutional duties or rights?
Republican Senator Ted Cruz and Representative Ron DeSantis want a constitutional amendment to limit the terms members of Congress can serve in Washington. But will their efforts gain any traction?
For the fourth time in recent years, many members of the House will take part in a public reading of the Constitution in Congress on Thursday morning.
One of the more interesting rules changes in the new Congress is an effort to end unauthorized live streaming and picture taking by House members on that chamber’s floor.